In the framework of the EU-funded project EU-GIVE aiming at “Generating opportunities from Intangible assets and Value chains in the collaborative Economy in Europe”, Enterprise Europe Brussels c/o hub.brussels organises on 13th June 2018 for an information day about the collaborative economy.
Are you Brussels-based and
- an SME or social enterprises from the social economy?
- a service provider whose business has been supported from the collaborative economy ?
- a platform manager ?
- an enterprise, initiative and organisation from other sectors interested in developing exchanges and collaboration with the collaborative economy ?
- a promoter of new business ideas which can grow up in a collaborative economy environment ?
If one of these sentences ring a bell, then this event is made for you ! Join us on Wednesday 13 June from 9 am to 5 pm at Hotel Manos, 135, Chaussée de Charleroi B-1060 Bruxelles.
The objectives of this event are
- to raise awareness about the collaborative economy potential in Brussels taking into account its social impact
- to increase knowledge and involvement of participants
- to look for synergies, connections, integration between collaborative economy initiatives and with the conventional economy.
More information : Programme below
Language : FR, NL, no interpretation
You want to participate?
(free event but registration compulsory)
More information about the project on our website
You can contact Camille Lepinay email@example.com
9h-9h30 : Welcome coffee
Moderator: Annick Capelle, journalist
9h30 – 10h30 : Introduction session
- Welcome note – Patricia Foscolo, manager, Greentech.Brussels, President, hub.brussels
- What is the EU-GIVE project – Camille Lepinay, project manager, hub.brussels
- Collaborative economy, cooperative economy, circular economy, what do we mean? Barbara Garbarczyk, SAW-B (tbc)
11h -13h: Finding your way to the collaborative economy
- Cooperative platforms, an inspiring model for the collaborative economy – Lieza Dessein, SMART.be
- Regional support for qualitative cooperative platform – Gaëtan Vanloqueren, Adviser in the cabinet of Didier Gosuin, Minister of Economy and Employment of the Brussels Capital Region
- Legal framework in Belgium – Caroline Ker, Legal expert, Febecoop, Belgian federation of cooperative
- The European Agenda for collaborative economy – Neil Kay, Policy Officer, European Commission, DG Grow
- Questions & Answer
14h-15h : Lesson learnt from Brussels-based initiatives
- Usitoo – Frédéric Chomé
- Cookwork – Elodie Bouscarat
- Pwiic – Nathalie Devriese
- Tale me – Anna Balez
- Lita.co – Louis Wouters
15h15-16h45: World Café – What are the needs for the collaborative economy in Brussels?
Presentations from the conclusions of the tables
16h45-17h – Conclusions
This project is co-financed by the European Union.
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